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Posted: 2020-07-17

Link for Submission Process Updated


We have had a problem with our link for Submissions on the Call for Papers Page - we apologise this has been updated.

Alternatively you can also find the same link to begin the submission process at the end of the page.


Posted: 2015-06-27


Due to ongoing building work on Campus - there will be limited parking available. If you require parking you should kindly contact the BFX team to make suitable arrangements.  
Posted: 2014-09-11 More...

BFX Conference Information


Information on BFX start times, registration, and travel

Please note that the program will be released online in the next couple of days.

Registration will be at the MAIN Reception on 22nd September between 9am and 10.15am

Coffee and Tea will be served between 9.00 -10.15am

Posted: 2014-09-11 More...

Last Day for Early Bird Ticket


Our Early Bird TIcket Sales will close today.

Ticket Prices will now be:

Full Ticket (Conference incl Festival Pass) - £220

Student/U18's Full ticket (Conference incl Festival Pass) - £120

Conference Ticket (without Festival Pass) - £120

Student/U18's Conference (without Festival Pass) - £70

Posted: 2014-08-20 More...

Reminder Early Bird Ticket Dates

This is a reminder that the Early Bird Ticket dates expire on the 20th AUGUST.  
Posted: 2014-08-16 More...

Schedule Updated


Our conference schedule has been updated, you should now be able to see all our speakers and panels for the two days events.

Can we also remind everyone that early bird tickets will EXPIRE on the 20th of August, then tickets will cost the full price. For more information click on to the EventBrite Link.

Posted: 2014-08-03

Schedule Online

The Schedule is now being updated and can be viewed online. It is work in progress and will be populated as the week goes by.  
Posted: 2014-07-27

Registration and Payment Information


Good news our registration fee has been reduced to £100 for Conference Attendees and a student rate of £55.

You will also be able to purchase special Festival and Conference Passes at £ 190

There are two steps to this process:

1 Registration with BFX Conf

2 Payment with Event Brite


Registration will be completed once these two steps are completed.

Posted: 2014-07-15 More...

Conference Update


Many thanks for your interest in the conference.

We have recieved a number of submissions which our reviewers have very kindly been working through. We aim to have a more fixed schedule upon completion of the reviews towards the end of this month.

The conference dates are likely to change to the 22nd - 23rd - running for two days as opposed to three. This is to avoid any overlap with the festival program that begins on Wednesday morning and that has included some prestigious guest speakers.

More announcements will be posted closer to the release of the Panel Schedule with pricing for the conference.


Posted: 2014-07-03 More...



Due to requests from colleagues

Abstracts Submissions deadline has moved to 15/06/2014

Posted: 2014-05-13


Submission for this conference is an online submission.  This is done by clicking on the Call For Papers link here and following the instructions on the page.  
Posted: 2014-04-04 More...



Registration to the conference will open tomorrow 04/04/2014.

Payment will be made on a seperate site at

Posted: 2014-04-03 More...

Prof. Lev Manovich Confirmed KeyNote Speaker


It is with great pleasure that we can announce that Prof. Lev Manovich will be attending the conference as one of our Keynote Speakers.

Lev Manovich is the author of Software Takes Command (Bloomsbury Academic, 2013), Soft Cinema: Navigating the Database (The MIT Press, 2005), and The Language of New Media (The MIT Press, 2001) which was described as "the most suggestive and broad ranging media history since Marshall McLuhan."

Manovich is a Professor at The Graduate Center, CUNY, and a Director of the Software Studies Initiative which works on the analysis and visualization of big cultural data. In 2013 he appeared on the List of 25 People Shaping the Future of Design (between Casey Reas at no. 1 and Jonathan Ive at no. 3).

Posted: 2014-02-08
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